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Tulane community supports Take Back the Night

October 26, 2017 3:15 PM
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New Wave staff newwave@tulane.edu
  

The annual Take Back the Night event was held Wednesday evening and featured a march to bring awareness to sexual assault. The march began on the campus of Loyola University and concluded on the campus of Tulane University.

Tulane President Mike Fitts talks with first-year students Anya Sondhi, Emma King and Ellie Loudermilk at the annual Take Back the Night event. (Photos by Cheryl Gerber)

The Genesis Gospel Choir sings at Take Back the Night before students march from Loyola University to Tulane to bring attention to sexual violence.

Students and faculty from universities around the city participate in Take Back the Night.

Tulane students Haley Gross, Bridget Lee, Chika Ifediora and Cailey Cole participate for the first time.

Take Back the Night continues to grow in the number of participants who show up in support of the cause.

Tulane students were among students from Loyola, Dillard, Xavier and surrounding universities on hand to help bring attention to sexual violence.

Tysheka Mosely of Dillard University speaks to the crowd before the march.